I bought two dry aged sirloin steaks and want to make it for dinner tomorrow night. Firstly, is there any special storage instructions? Secondly, is a pan sauce a good idea?
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No special storage needed. A pan sauce is always a great idea.
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No special instructions. as you would normally do. Importantly, remove from fridge an hour or two before cooking, and salt and pepper both sides aggressively. Sauce always a good idea. either pan sauce or compound butter. sauteed shallots always good.
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